QUANTUM COMPUTING: POSSIBLE THREAT?
By Rafiaa Khan

Cybersecurity analysts and researchers are worried righteously that a new type of computer which is based on quantum physics instead of standard electronics could shatter most present-day cryptography. The result would be to provide communications as unassertive like they weren’t encoded at all.

But the ultimatum so far is hypothetical. The quantum computers present today cannot break any widely used encryption techniques. Important technical advances need to be possessed before they would be able to break the secure codes in widespread usage around the internet.

There is still a reason to be worried for cryptography footing present-day e-commerce and internet communications could someday surrender to quantum attack. To come to terms with the risk and what could be done about it, it is vital to have a closer look at digital cryptography and they way it is exploited.

<a href=”https://www.thestar.com.my/tech/tech-news/2018/12/26/is-quantum-computing-a-cybersecurity-threat/”><span style=”color: #fbb03b;”><strong>Read More…..</strong></span></a>

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